Wales is one of four countries that make up the United Kingdom. Famous for its rugged coastline, mountainous National Park, Wales’s heritage is vast and diverse. With it’s stunning coastal landscapes, to busy metropolitan cities, its really does have something for everyone.
Travelling to Wales by Ferry
There are many routes which sail from the Republic of Ireland arriving into Wales.
Ferries from the Republic of Ireland to Wales
Where to visit in Wales
Being the oldest city in Wales, Bangor is packed full of exciting attractions, from it’s cathedral, rugged coastline to it’s National Park.
From it’s castle to its Victorian Era arcades, to it’s world famous stadiums. Cardiff is the capital of Wales and is one of the most visited cities in Britain.
Famous for its docks, Roman remains and coal exports; Newport is full of cultural surprises and is certainly a Welsh city on the rise.
St Asaph is Britain’s smallest city, but it packs a lot in. With it’s cathedral, gardens and shopping centre, there is lots to see and do.
The city of St Davids is famed for having it’s cathedral at its heart. Named after Wales’s Patron Saint, this city brings to life the Patron Saint’s history.
Swansea is one of the countries most famous cities. With its spectacular coastal landscapes, markets, castle and museums, its easy to see why people visit time after time.